[Solved] In the Sanskrit inscription the name of Naranarayan is mentioned as

In the Sanskrit inscription the name of Naranarayan is mentioned as

A. Kshatriya

B. Purandar

C. Malladeva

D. Kamateswar

Answer: Malladeva

Explanation: In the Sanskrit inscription the name of Naranarayan is mentioned as Malladeva. Naranarayan was the last ruler of the undivided Koch dynasty of the Kamata Kingdom. He succeeded his father, Biswa Singha. Under him, the Koch kingdom reached its cultural and political zenith. Under his rule, and under the military command of his brother Chilarai, he was able to subjugate the entire Brahmaputra valley, including the Ahom kingdom; besides the Kachari, Tripura, and Manipur kingdoms, as well as the Khyrem, Jaintia and others. This influence was halted when he faced Suleman Karranni of Bengal.

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